Blanco Cigars Review

Blanco Cigars Review

The 6x52 stick has a smooth, oily, tan wrapper, with no visible veins, tight, even construction, triple cap, and a rich, hay-scented aroma. The perfect draw is evident at first light. It produces a medium-bodied, thick smoke that gives off the sweet flavors of tobacco. Perfect construction and no flavor changes made the first third go in 20 minutes. The ash holds for several inches and the smoke output is rich and thick. The remaining stick, as it heats up, develops a dry, nutty flavor. It is a Connecticut smoke that's very flavorful.

Blanco Cigars Liga Exclusiva Cigar Review

The 6.5x54 torpedostick has a dark tan, slightly dry, firm wrapper. It is very soft and smooth with minimal veins. The first light shows a good draw. Medium-bodied flavors are medium-bodied and dry tobacco with a bit of sweetness and a pepper zing throughout the long finish. The first third of the cigarette burns quickly and efficiently, taking only 15 minutes. The ash is straight and white, the burn line is excellent and the draw is flawless. The smoke is thick and full-flavored with medium notes of sweet tobacco and sweet earth, with a touch of spice and pepper on the smooth finish. The second third slows down the burn by putting the ash after each one. It has the same flavor profile as the first and is of perfect construction. It was extremely consistent throughout the entire process, even though it reached a temperature of 1 hour and a half that burned my lips. Blanco Cigars, thank you for the sample! This blend is brand new and not yet on the website. For availability, contact them directly or visit your local shop.

Blanco Liga Exclusiva de Familia Torpedo Maduro Cigar Review

The 6.5x54 stick has a dark brown wrapper. It is thick and firm with no veins, tight seams, dense feeling, and a mild sweet cedar aroma. The first light shows a good draw, with moderate smoke output and medium-full body flavors. It is very oily and slick with a long finish. The third is similar, adding a nice spice kick through the finish. There's a little heat and zing washed over the tongue. It's consistent and smooth at the halfway point, 30 minutes in. The last bit of the cigar dropped its sweetness and shifted to a richer, smoother earth flavor with a creamy end. It also lost the pepper and spice. Thank you, for this sample!


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